Preparations are underway for Saturday's Cairneyhill Gala.

The theme for this year is Night at the Museum with a big parade, a range of stalls and fun fairground rides and attractions to enjoy.

The big wheel will also be making a return again this year!

It all kicks off on Saturday with the parade, to be led by Comrie Pipe Band, starting from Glen Moriston Drive at noon.

The attractions are all accessible through the gala’s wristbands which are available to buy now for £12, or £15 on the day.

April Walker, chair of Cairneyhill Gala Committee, commented: “We are hoping for a good turnout. It is such a family orientated event and I hope the weather stays dry!

“We have a full week of events running up to gala day and it is nice to see everything coming together.

"We cannot do it without our wonderful committee members and the support of everyone in Cairneyhill. We are always looking for new people to join the committee.”

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April added: “It was our committee member, Milissa Mortimer, that came up with the suggestion for the theme and the committee loved the idea.

“The films are great and give children a wide range of options to dress up on gala day.

"We are hoping to see lots of night guards, cavemen, Roman soldiers and pharaohs.

"We even have the Tablet of Ahkmenrah and Dum Dum (created by Neil Macgregor, a fellow committee member).”